Famous for its innovative programming, intimate scale and near perfect acoustics, Merkin Concert Hall presents concerts spanning a wide range of genres, from classical and jazz to musical theater and performances for children and families.
The Mimesis Ensemble is committed to performing music from the 20th and 21st centuries.
Harlem's 20,000-square-foot living room for film and live performances, including music, from the African and Latino diaspora.
This three-level, three-bar rock venue located in the uber-hip Brooklyn neighborhood of its namesake boasts balcony seating and elevated side levels on the ground floor, providing excellent sight lines.
Music Mondays is a series of free classical chamber music concerts, featuring both classical and contemporary compositions, held monthly from September to May. Each concert is followed by an informal reception during which the musicians and the audience can interact.
Musica Sacra is the longest continuously performing professional chorus in New York City. The repertoire represents the masterpieces of choral music - the motets, cantatas, passions, and B Minor Mass of Bach, the masses of Mozart and Haydn, the Requiems of Mozart, Brahms and Faur√©, Bloch‚ Sacred Service, Stravinsky‚ Symphony of Psalms, Bernstein‚ Chichester Psalms, and more.
MCCE is Staten Island‚ only classical chamber music ensemble. It holds residency projects, season series, recording activities and composer-in-residence initiatives. Its concerts present classical music alongside jazz and Broadway and world music.
The New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival is dedicated to bringing the finest electroacoustic music from all over the world to New York City, through annual, multi-day festivals in a variety of venues. The festival is designed to expose audiences to current trends in electroacoustic music, to support the innovative nature of the field and to celebrate its music.
The New York Composers Circle is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, artistic and educational organization dedicated to new music — its creation, its performance, and the development of new audiences.
Since its opening in 1965, the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts has earned a reputation as one of the world's largest and most comprehensive collections of information on the performing arts. Each year, the library presents more than 200 free concerts, play readings, lectures, film screenings and panel discussions.